By Mary Connor
In Training the Counsellor, Mary Connor stocks a decade of teaching event to supply a useful source for different counsellor running shoes. The function of the teacher as facilitator, educator and assessor in addition to key specialist and moral matters are all introduced vividly to existence via many case examples.
the point of interest of the publication is the integrative, four-stage version for education powerfuble and reflective counsellors, with the connection among trainee and purchaser on the middle of the version. The 4 phases are: the advance of attitudes and values; wisdom and talents; customer paintings and supervision; mirrored image and evaluate. construction in this version and drawing on her personal wealth of expertise, the writer discover the interface among being expert and being human.
Training the Counsellor, deals stimulating examining and proven instructions for solid perform for all these concerned with education different aiding execs.
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Most agree that these core conditions are the expressions of attitudes towards others and that the ability to express these attitudes is affected by perceptual factors, sensitivity, and the ability to respond affectively, cognitively and behaviourally. There has been much debate about whether, for example, empathy is a quality or a skill. The writer believes it is both. There are important skills of empathic responding which include the ability to paraphrase and to reflect feelings accurately. However, prior to any response is the qualitative capacity, sensitivity, imagination and willingness to ‘be with’.
This counsellor will have built up counselling experience whilst doing training. The second is the route of years of practical experience, possibly with a voluntary counselling organisation which has offered its own training, an organisation such as Relate, Catholic Marriage Advisory Council or the Samaritans. Some counsellors have the richness of a training experience which combines formally validated qualifications from a higher education institution such as a university, with those offered by an independent counselling organisation.
They point out that a person may be highly sensitive but unable to use this aptitude. Individuals high in affective sensitivity may not have the communication skills to either convey their empathy or to effectively explore the world of the client. . Counsellors who are high in affective sensitivity and have within their repertoire the appropriate communication skills may, nevertheless, still not be effective if they lack role-taking ability and are, consequently, unable to respond to the client at an emotional level.